Tag Archives: Gospel

Ancestors

Re:Verse reading–Genesis 11:10-32 (day six) Did you know that Shem is one of our spiritual forefathers? It’s true. The line of Shem runs straight to Jesus, and then extends to His church. This genealogy is a reminder that God is … Continue reading

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But God Remembered

Genesis 7:1-4, 17-24; 8:1-5, 13-16, 20-22 (day six) “But God remembered…” Genesis 8:1 It wasn’t as if God needed to jog His memory; that is not the right connotation. No, God doesn’t forget. This verse more accurately refers to God’s … Continue reading

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Gospel Depth

Re:Verse reading–Mark 14:12-31 (day six) Mark is coming to a close, but it is a Gospel after all, and thus rapidly moves towards the Cross. In this narrative we have the securing of the upper room, the enunciation of a new … Continue reading

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Amazed

Re:Verse reading– Mark 5:1-20 (day six) People were amazed by the man’s story. Everywhere he went he told his story, and people marveled. This isn’t surprising, after all his story IS remarkable; demon possessed man returns to his right mind after … Continue reading

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A Gospel Kind of Life

Re:Verse passage: Romans 12 (day six) Coming out of Romans 1-11, it only makes sense that we would yield all of who we are in worship to such a big and glorious God. He defies comprehension! He literally sustains the … Continue reading

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Fairy Tales

Re:Verse reading–Romans 5:1-11 (day six) “Not only that, but we rejoice in our sufferings,…” Romans 5:3 The Brothers Grimm wrote their fairy tales to provide a sense of escapism or present to their readers cautionary tales. Fairy tales are best … Continue reading

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Deep Calls to Deep

Re: Verse reading–Romans 1:1–17 (day six) On occasion someone will suggest to me that they need to swim away from the shallow shore of the Gospel into deeper theological waters. There is truth to that, of course. Both Paul and … Continue reading

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